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Royal Palm Reserve

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Negril, Jamaica
+1 876-364-7407
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Yes. The Place are closed for years now,but the Guy Hubert Woolcock who working there is a very... read more

Reviewed 25 December 2014
Froland Municipality, Norway
Acres and acres of beauty

I've been out here a few times. I don't think the place has ever actually been open, but for a... read more

Reviewed 13 December 2014
Samantha K
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
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Two-mile stretch of swampland, part of the Great Morass.
  • Excellent25%
  • Very good44%
  • Average18%
  • Poor5%
  • Terrible8%
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Negril, Jamaica
+1 876-364-7407

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Reviewed 25 December 2014

Yes. The Place are closed for years now,but the Guy Hubert Woolcock who working there is a very good gay. He NOWs a lot aboat the birds around there and is always willing to let you in. I have been visiting the Place every year...More

2  Thank Dagfinn65
Reviewed 13 December 2014

I've been out here a few times. I don't think the place has ever actually been open, but for a small entrance fee, we've been allowed to roam around. The paths are continuous wooden bridges and there is even a tower or two you can...More

Thank Samantha K
Reviewed 25 November 2014

For such a beautiful place- where has the interest gone ;( Everyone should go give this place a walk if you really want be surrounded by natures beauty. The staff is gone, but there is always someone to show you around. I really send some...More

2  Thank Dahills
Reviewed 12 September 2014

Officially the place is closed. However you can go there and enjoy nature. The road for the last 2 km is just a dirt track, but you can get through. For 10 $ per person a proficient guide leads you around and explains a lot...More

3  Thank cajeju
Reviewed 9 September 2014

Truly enjoyed the elevated walkways. Bring comfortable shoes. The flora and birds are amazing and just to sit back close your eyes and listen to the sounds is a very peaceful experience. Will recommend to all to cisit

2  Thank Beachfinder66
Reviewed 2 September 2014

The elevated boardwalk made the exploration easy and enjoyable. The birds were the highlight for me. We saw a Jamaican Oriole, a male and female Doctor Bird, Mango Honeysuckle Hummingbird, West Indian Whistling Ducks, King Bird, White capped pigeons and a Red tailed Hawk. Reggae...More

3  Thank dianefanning
Reviewed 9 June 2014

While I've heard wonderful things about this place, and I really wanted to go and see it, it apparently had been closed for well over a year now... a pity indeed.

1  Thank Luna-14_T
Reviewed 8 April 2014

We hired a taxi from the Negril beach area, which took about 30 minutes each way. Although officially closed we were able to negotiate a $10 entrance fee and one of the people working there took us around. It is a lovely place with all...More

5  Thank ExpatzCO
Reviewed 28 March 2014

No crocks, fish, birds, wood walkway gets you into the wet lands of the Negril area. We used Juju tours and a great trip up the Negril river to get there. Be ready to walk, take a bottle of water as there is none to...More

3  Thank WmM903
Reviewed 23 February 2014

This reserve is "closed" officially but to make it clear it is definitely open to those who wish to visit. The security guard took on us on a lovely tour acting as a very knowledgeable guide. He was very nice and we could have chatted...More

3  Thank lena B
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